It’s a Hot Topic movie this month…the highly regarded Chilean film A FANTASTIC WOMAN has earned rave reviews and an Academy Award nomination for Foreign Language Film. It stars Daniela Vega as Marina, a young transgender woman dealing with the death of her partner Orlando and the prejudice and suspicions of his family towards her in the days after his death.
The film opens in Seattle on Friday, February 23rd but you can snag free tickets to a sneak screening on Tuesday, February 2oth…see info below on how to grab them!
SUBJECT:FREE SCREENING: Academy Award-Nominated ‘A Fantastic Woman’ – Tuesday, February 20 – Seattle
You and a guest are invited to a special advance free screening of A Fantastic Woman, nominated for an Academy Award® for Best Foreign Language Film, at the AMC Pacific Place 11 on Tuesday, February 20 at 7:00pm.
“Daniela Vega, the first trans actress to lead a major Oscar-nominated film is a force of nature: tender, furious, indomitable.” – Entertainment WeeklyAfter the sudden death of her partner, Orlando, Marina (Daniela Vega), a young trans woman, is treated with suspicion by Orlando’s family, doctors, and the local police. Orlando’s ex-wife forbids Marina from attending the funeral, and Orlando’s son threatens to throw Marina out of the flat she shared with Orlando. Orlando’s family can only see Marina’s gender identity as an aberration, a perversion. Marina simply wants to grieve the man she loved and who loved her back. Doing so will require all of Marina’s strength and resilience.Watch the trailer: https://youtu.be/IKsSyp4m_6oRSVP to email@example.com and please note SEATTLE GAY SCENE as your affiliation when responding.Space is limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please respond promptly. RSVP confirmation does not guarantee admission.Directed by: Sebastián LelioStarring: Daniela Vega and Francisco ReyesOpening in Seattle on February 23.#AFantasticWoman
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